MMP accepts payments at your physician’s office or at the Central Billing office. Payment can be made by check, money order, debit / credit card, or cash. Checks and money orders should be made out to “MMP, PC.” Master Card or Visa payments can be authorized in person, over the phone, or by completing and returning the top portion of your statement. Cash payments need to be presented in person. Please do not mail cash.

All deductibles and co-payments are due at the time of service. MMP participates with many insurance companies. Even if we do not have a formal participation agreement with your insurance, as a courtesy to you, we will file your claim with your insurance company. Any unpaid balances after 60 days are your responsibility and are due at that time. Patient Statements are mailed monthly and payment is due upon receipt of your statement.

The MMP Statement provides patients with a summary of all of their outstanding balances. The Statement can be used by patients to pay their accounts, assess their financial obligations and to determine which of the many payment options best fit their needs. If needed, payment plans are available to assist patients with large balances.

Patient accounts with outstanding balances remaining after 90 days will be transferred to a collection agency for processing. If you receive a statement and have any questions or concerns or feel that the services should be covered by your insurance, please contact our office immediately by phone to discuss your account balance with a billing specialist. We will try to answer any questions you may have about your insurance company, however you may need to contact your insurance company directly for additional information or assistance. If your insurance changes, it is your responsibility to provide updated information to our office.